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Holland & Knight LLP | USA | 8 Jun 2022

Illinois Law Applies Over Colorado Based Upon Situs of Events

Federal courts apply the forum’s choice of law rules. Illinois uses the forum’s law, unless there is a conflict with another State’s law. Illinois…
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 16 May 2022

Authors should retain evidence of creation of works in order to succeed in copyright claims

In order to enjoy protection under the Copyright Act, a work must possess "originality". The courts will require plaintiffs to prove how their work complies with the "originality" requirement in copyright claims. Authors should keep relevant evidence during and after the creation process to prevent their copyright status from being challenged by the court or a counterparty when asserting......
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Bird & Bird LLP | Germany | 12 May 2022

Volle Darlegungs- und Beweislast des Absenders einer E-Mail für deren Zugang beim Empfänger

Es kommt nicht selten vor, dass je nach Anlass Absender oder Empfänger wichtiger E-Mails behaupten, die Nachricht sei aus „ominösen“ Gründen nicht…
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J A Kemp | European Union | 8 Apr 2022

Proving Technicality - Shifting the Burden of Proof

A recent Decision of Technical Board of Appeal 3.5.01, T 0550/14 (Catastrophe relief/Swiss RE) of 14.9.2021, discusses the approach Examination and…
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Frost Brown Todd LLC | USA | 11 Feb 2022

Ullman v. Whitacre: Ohio’s Seventh District Addresses Paying Quantities Evidence and the Plaintiff’s Burden of Proof

In Ullman v. Whitacre Enterprises, Inc., the Seventh District Court of Appeals dealt a blow to lease-busting landowners in their challenge to…
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CCPIT Patent & Trademark Law Office | China | 4 Jan 2022

The New Patent Law brings great changes to improve the business environment in China

Highlights of the amendments China's Patent Law has just undergone the fourth revision in 2020 to improve the patent protection system and improve…
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Gatehouse Chambers | United Kingdom | 20 Oct 2021

Expert Witnesses: TUI Or Not TUI - Should A Party Ask A Question?

The Claimant relies upon an expert’s report. The Defendant doesn’t. Which approach should the Court take: That the Defendant, who does not challenge…
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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Oct 2021

Uncontroverted expert evidence: what is the court’s role?

What is the role of the court where expert evidence is “uncontroverted”, but appears not to prove the Claimant’s case to the requisite…
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 29 Sep 2021

Secondary burden of proof – extended duty of disclosure under German law

In German transport law, the limitation of liability for goods in custody does not apply if the carrier is guilty of a qualified fault. In principle, the claimant has the full burden of proof. However, the established case law of the Federal Court of Justice assigns an extended duty of disclosure to the carrier whereby the carrier must provide, in good faith, detailed information on the......
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany | 27 Sep 2021

Germany proposes merger control reforms under DMA

The German government has published a legal opinion suggesting that merger control provisions be included in the Digital Markets Act.
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